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Have a holiday thought for others

Have a holiday thought for others

As November winds down and December and the big holiday season arrive, it’s easy for people to get caught up in the bright, cheery, festive aspect of everything that’s taking place.
All the best in the new year

All the best in the new year

Each year at this time, the Outlook takes a look at the year past to share, one last time, the year that is about to end.
Some party

Some party

As the Irish Rovers sang, “Wasn’t that a party?” Sure, we all would’ve liked to have seen Canadians on the podium during the Alberta World Cup held at the Canmore Nordic Centre (Dec. 13-6) – but in the end, it was quite an event.
Time to welcome the ski world

Time to welcome the ski world

For the first time since the 2010 Whistler/Vancouver Olympics, cross-country ski athletes from around the world are back in Canada – in Quebec and in our Valley.
Expanded Roam needs support

Expanded Roam needs support

Being that the early part of this week featured a heavy snowfall in the Valley, what better way to showcase the newly-launched Bow Valley Regional Transit (BVRT) system? For some, especially those who commute from Banff to Canmore, or vice versa, to
Special events now redefined

Special events now redefined

Memo to those wishing to hold a special event in Banff National Park – apparently it better be a money-maker, or you’re out.
Winter Games moving ahead

Winter Games moving ahead

Congratulations to the 2014 Alberta Winter Games committee for naming Lisa Vinderskov as Games manager. And congratulations to Lisa for being named as such.
Time to remember

Time to remember

With the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of this year fast approaching, it’s timely that the Town of Canmore dedicated a new memorial and field of honour at the cemetery for area residents who made the ultimate sacrifice.
A salute to our athletes

A salute to our athletes

With the NHL lockout battle between billionaires and millionaires now appearing to be of the season-long variety, it’s really refreshing to see the non-professional athletes in this valley going all out for the sport they love.
A raise is in order for Banff

A raise is in order for Banff

Banff Councillor Leslie Taylor hit the nail right on the head when she said the most difficult thing for a member of an elected body to do is vote for a raise.
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